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Do you understand all of your interfaces?

Unsecured interfaces to and from System Applications Products (SAP) provide an entrance to hackers. Many organisations are aware of this weakness yet do not put sufficient security in place to combat this vulnerability. Continuous market development means SAP systems are … Continue reading

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What CCTV owners need to know about GDPR

Over 6 million businesses in the UK use CCTV systems for their security benefits, however the images captured is classified as personal data. Because of this, businesses must comply with the Data Protection Act and from May 2018, the impending … Continue reading

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How your physical access control system will be affected by GDPR

With GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) set to go into effect in May 2018, security professionals must have a plan for all data stored on physical access systems. Most businesses are not thinking about their access control database because they … Continue reading

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GDPR: What next?

There are some tough decisions ahead when it comes to (General Data Protection Regulation) GDPR. By now you should be aware of where your compliance gaps are and will be considering how to tackle them. In this post we will … Continue reading

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GDPR Update January 2018

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implementation date is fast approaching and is set to come into play on 25th May 2018. The GDPR will replace the Data Protection Directive 1995 (the Directive) and the Data Protection Acts 1988 and … Continue reading

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An indispensable feature for workplaces in 2018 – smart features, light and building security

Over the past decade, the demand for electronic building security technology has grown significantly. Part of this growth can be attributed to the positive economic climate in the building industry and an increase in security awareness, therefore making people more … Continue reading

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Security and access control

Security is an important aspect of building management, and access control should be a key element in ensuring the safety of a buildings inhabitants and its assets. Access control security is the process of ensuring that only an authenticated user … Continue reading

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Is Britain’s CCTV network at risk?

A report into defence against cyber crime has warned that Britain’s growing CCTV network is a possible target for hacking attacks. Tony Porter, the Surveillance Camera Commissioner raised the issue of there being a risk of intrusion on the public. … Continue reading

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Data (asset) security – in regards to GDPR

Once upon a time, asset security covered the physical assets within an organisation, nowadays one of the most valuable assets within an organisation is the data gathered – ‘Big Data’. In addition to this, the increasing requirements of large organisations … Continue reading

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Happy New Year! – 2018

As we embark on 2018, I would like to take this moment once again to thank you for your business in 2017. It has been a pleasure helping you reach your goals, it has been both satisfying and enjoyable. We … Continue reading

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